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Magic Millions has released the online catalogue for the Southern Hemisphere's number one breeding stock sale, the 2017 Gold Coast National Broodmare Sale.
Comprising 1,055 lots, the auction will present a spectacular line up of breeding prospects - from race fillies and broodmares to stallions and stallion shares.
A new sale record of $110,000 was paid for a Fighting Son colt while the average, median and gross all reached new levels.
The average finished at $22,593 (up from $16,957 in 2016), the median increased 44% to $18,000 and the gross was $4,518,500, up from $3,968,750 last year.
Impressive filly Kenedna won the G2 Schweppervescence Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday to complete a treble of stakes wins across Australia and New Zealand for her sire Not A Single Doubt.
The Darren Weir-trained filly, whose only defeat in her last four starts came when she finished third in the G2 Kewney Stakes at Flemington in March, was bred by Arrowfield Stud from the Falbrav mare Miss Dodwell.
Owners and breeders will be rewarded for their support of Victorian racing on Saturday when over $1.6 million in VOBIS prizemoney and bonuses are offered at Caulfield.
The third annual Victorian Owners and Breeders Raceday will offer lucrative rewards for those who choose to buy, breed, own and race Victorian thoroughbreds, while showcasing the talent produced by the state’s burgeoning breeding industry.
Tivaci, the stud bound winner of Saturday’s G1 All-Aged Stakes at Randwick, is a Coolmore Stud product in every sense – with a touch of Bart Cummings magic.
TIvaci was bred by the late champion trainer and represents a cross of two great Coolmore sires High Chaparral and Fastnet Rock.
Trainer Paul Perry was full of self-satisfaction after a son of the horse he took to international success won the G1 Champagne Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
The Mission, very much in the mould of his sire Choisir, ran his rivals ragged to score a dominant victory in the final leg of Sydney’s 2YO Triple Crown.
Snitzel’s classy sprinter Redzel added to his consistent record with a decisive victory in the G3 Hall Mark Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
The 4YO, an initial 45,000 buy from Marquee Stud at the 2013 Australian Weanling & Bloodstock Stock Sale, was subsequently sold for $120,000 at Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale to Triple Crown Syndications
Classy Pluck three-year-old Mongolian Wolf showed he is enjoying life back in Australia by winning the G3 Frank Packer Plate at Randwick on Saturday.
Australian-bred Mongolian Wolf had done all his prior racing in New Zealand, before his transfer to Darren Weir’s stable in Victoria after he was purchased last month by Australian Bloodstock.